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TI1E BEE: OMAHA, TUESDAY, APRIL 15, 1913.
Handsome Silk Dresses and Tailored Suits Made to Your Special Measure Individuality A careful study of the particular requirements of each woman brings forth styles which express exclusiveness. Materials Wool and silk fabrics in such an abundance of weaves and colors that a choice is not at all difficult. Prices Without exception we offer the high est values possible for your money. Dress Goods Section. Kayser Silk Gloves Excellent service nlwnys follows a purchase of good quality gloves. Ask to see our best sellers. 16-button length, black, white and colors, $1.50 a pair. 2-elasp silk gloves black, white and colors, $1.00 a pair.. HOWARD AND SIXTEENTH Watch Repairing Also Jewelry By exports. All work guaranteed. ETDHOLM 10th and Harney ilnya at leant. Thn churches are not unusually crowded, hut all who visit them pray fervently for the head of the church. Tho weather Is rainy. Ordinary tourists aro still allowed to lslt some of tho gullerlcs uf tho Vati can. Carriages drlvo up frequently con veying cardinals, ambassadors nud hlRh prelates to Inquire about tho pope's con dition and to read the latest bulletins, and, If possible, to catch a word with one, of the doctors. Tha physicians havo become very clever In eluding would-be Interviewer. They enter sometimes by one door and some times by another and thero Is an In finite number of entrances to choose from. Jf they should hnppcn to bo caught by any one they aro utterly non-clminlttal. llimlnraN la Proceeding. Insldo tho Vatican nil l tranquil and business seems to bo transacted as usual. This shows a marked contrast to when Lo XUI was on his sick bed when everything was at a standstill and great confusion existed, even before his death arrangements for the conclave of cardi nals being pushed forward. It Is said In Home that It any con clusion1 la to bp drawn from the present quietness, It must bo that those around tho pope don't expect him to die; Tha slstera of I'opo Plus have regained the calm, -which was shaken by their brother's sudden relapse. Tho persistent cold weather augmonts the difficulty of treating tho popo satis factorily. Ho dislikes tho use of tho heating apparatus, but Prof. Marchlafava considers It Indispensable to keep ' tho temperature of tho bedroom at 63 de grees. Tho pope today Inquired about tho Venice pilgrims, and when Jie heard they had left llome expressed disappointment that he was unable to receive them. RIVER OVERFLOWS BANKS (Continued from Pago One.) loss or serious damage to the city's 110,000 dredges in Curter lake. A force of men was rushed 'to tho .lake with ublcn and have secured the dredges In euro of a further rlso ot the river, but even now they aro not safe. "Where I walked Sunday afternoon at S o'clock two feet of swift water Is flow ing today." said Hummel. "The flood Is at tho foot of Ames avenue and Is being held batik only by tho retaining wall thcro, which Is Itsulf threatened," See-ka Shelter nt Mtntlon. Mrs. Jack Lai;ey, wife of a night laborer at the HmcKcr, camo to pollco licadquartem last night and asked for a night's lodging, telling the officers In command of the station that her home was submerged. All of her belongings are hidden by the water, and title escaped by croseini: the water from the roof ot her home, on a bridge made of old plunks. At South Omaha. People living neur the Uurllngton tracks In South Omaha aro likely to tmffer from the overflow. Yesterday the river had Overflowed Its bed front Gibson to a location near Child's Point. Muny of the houses down near the banks have already been overflowed and the water Is still rising. It was calculated yester day afternoon that the stream had risen over a foot within an hour. Chicken houses and out houses in the vicinity ot the river and JO atreet were awash yesterday evening and In some places a number of people were preparing to move out ot threatened homes. A year ago the river rose very high at h's point- Take That Fur Off Your Tongue! I T U ,Uc! Liar eoat t and yoa wont bo trail taijos tako It- off. At aaro u , tout tomm. nn 70R aranr xaoraUur whithar vnnr 'ti M Jtlsr "4 flic2E:J.?.!! c1'Lot J TAJDB orr 'o' l t, 7 . rrrW.V VTw uioY, :,Z . waxe, tho natural lax -., ueoa ii ana aota it y, giajg "J" h morning', or at any mjuv as ba empty a to such. ai ui BrnnrUta. STREETS Oscar W. Lang to Investigate Land Fraud Allegations WASHINGTON, April lt.-Secretary trfino designated today Oscar W. iMnff, assistant attornoy of the Interior de partment, an his porsonal representative to Investigate charges by the South Da kota legislature against special afftinta In homestead cases. Whllo In South Da kota Mr, IuriK also wilt Inqulro Into the proposed romoval of the land office from Gregory to Carter. Upon both questions he will report directly to Secretary Je-uie. State Rate and Other Important Oases Again Postponed WASHINGTON, April 14. No decisions In the stato rato case, newspaper pub licity law, Intermountaln rato state caeo or other Important suits pending before tho supremo court were announced today. Another Version of Killing of Americans N0GALK8, Arir., April It The two American sailors kilted by police nt Guymus hist week woro members of the provost gunrd, said a foreign mining of ficial arlvlng hero today. He reportod that tho chief of pollco was engaged In quieting two drunken members of tho shoro party. Struck over the head with a beer bottlo by1 one of tho blue Jackets, the Mexican official, dazed, fired two shots nt the sober sailors, who proved to bo on police duty and rushing to arrest their disorderly fellows. Secretary of Stato Bryan hns ordered an Investigation of the Incident. United States Consul Iouls I'ostltter, here, la making a careful probe of the affair. QUARTER MILLION MEN IDLE (Continued from Page One.) to keep the mine's machinery In good order and the pumps working. The metal workers ot tho vicinity have only par tially quit their employment, but It Is understood tomorrow tho remainder of the men In this trndo will lay down their tools. I.A I.OUVII3KU, Hclgluin, April 14.- The miners' strtko hero was gunorul this morning. Alt tho factories closed their doors except a pottery, which was run nlng. Tho street cars were operated as usual during the forenoon as the strike of tho niotormen ana conductors was timed to begin at 7 o'clock this evening, Bomo attempts wero made early today to cut telegraph wires In tho vicinity. QUH5VIIAIN, Uclglum, April 14. Every- thlng Is olosed here. Halt tho workmen havo gone over tho frontier Into France to find temporary occupations. MKQIS, IlolKlum. April 14,-Work ceased this morning at tho greater number of tho Industrial concerns hero and In the suburbs. It Is estimated that only 1.400 workmen remained at their machines, In tho national arms factory at lleratal tho strike was complete. All the coat mlwra In this district have stopped work. HONS, Wglum, April 14,-Of the 35,000 coal miners In this district, all have quit work oxcept 2,000, who are keeping ma chinery running. All the machine shopa. potteries and other factories are Idle. Q HUNT. Belgium. April I4.-The pot teries In this neighborhood are all silent today, but in tho linen and cotton mills more than halt the hands remained at work. The metal workers all went out, but a few cement mixers ore still at work. " Key to the Situation Bca Advertising. Coat mtm tout ow.l trouMt, will s.toUtl caurV XBT CXEAJT OUT TOOTK m-tmui. ao is now. xaxs a within tux hoar or so. waU. aro niolnr. you rat (KIHfr OF SPAIN FIRED UPON Alfonso, for Third Time in Reign, Has Narrow Escape. GREAT CROWD GROWS FRANTIC Knnnn thnt Allegro, Foolhnrdy Mnn, Wm Itceently Impelled from Prance for nelnK nn Annrchlet. MADRID. April lt.-For tho third time In his reign King Alfonso narrowly escaped yesterday being the victim of ar anarchistic attempt against his life. Three shots wero fired at the king this afternoon In the streets of the capital by a native of Barcelona, Bafacl Sanchez Allegro, who was Immediately ovar powcred. King Alfonso owes his escape to his own courage, quickness and skilled horse manship. Accompanied by his staff, he was riding along the Calle de Alcala re turning from the ceremony of swearing" In recruits, when a man sprang from the sidewalk and seized tho bridle of the king's horso with one hand, firing tho revolver with the other. Tho king real ized the situation rapidly, and dug his spurs Into the horse which reared vio lently. Ills quickness saved his life. The bullet, Instead of burying Itself In thy king's breast, struck tlvo horse. So close was tho range that the king's left glova was blackened by tho powder discharge. Aaanllnnt Overpowered. Before tho assailant was able to pull tho trigger again a secret service man sprang upon him. Tho two men fell to the ground locked In each other's arms, struggling furiously. The assassin managed to free his revolver arm, nnd fired two more shots In rarld succession, but tho officer knocked his arm nsldo and the bullets flew harmlessly through tho air. At the sound ot the first shot, the king's staff forced their horses on tho sidewalk and made a ring around the assassin, who fought fiercely In the grip of four police men before ho was overpowered and hnndcuffed, King Alfonso, as soon as he saw that the man had been secured, raised himself from the stirrups, turned to the crowd, gave a military salute and shouted In a ringing voice: "Iong live Spain!" Ho then dismounted and reassured Ills staff, saying: "It Is nothing, gentlemen," Then uprose a mighty roar from tho wildly enthusiastic- masses, which rolled along In great waves of sound, all tho way as the king rodo to the palace, cool, collected and smiling. Arrested Iiy MUtnkc. A spectator, a pensioned royal hal berdier, pushed forward ao impetuously to offor his congratulations to the mon arch that he was tnJstaxen for another assassin and arrested. Ho waa released as soon as the mistake was discovered. A young Frenchman wha was standing besldo Allegro also was arrested, but it docs not appear that he was connected with him. The crowds made a determined attempt to lynch Allegro, who was rushed Into a house and kept there until an automobile ambulance escortod by mounted police transferred him to pollco headquarters. King Alfonso was force! to tell of what he lightly called "the Incldont" to Queen Victoria and the dowager queen, Maria Christina, who were greatly alarmed. Tho king smilingly allayed their fears. Ho had hardly been back In- the palace ten minutes when an Immense clamor nrose.. The two squares on which the palace looks wero block with peoplo of all classes, desirous of showing their Joy at the king's safety and their admiration for his bravery. The king went to the balcony and acknowledged the cheers, and then sought the queen, and the two stood bowing to the throngs several minutes. The police Investigations have estab lished that Allegro was receptly expelled from France as an anarchist, after which ho went to Barcelona He came to Madrid a month ago and obtained employment In a carpenter shop. Ho worked there until Friday. . It Is stated thnt during his first exam ination Allegro declared that on seeing the king pass he was seized with a sud den evil Impulse, and, having a revolver h his pocket, drew It out. Driven on by an Irresistible force, he sprang forward nnd fired. A woman said to be associated with Allegro was arrested tonight. Story by HI n it Himself. King Alfonso thus describes the at tempt against his life: "I had reached tho corner of Calle do Alcala, oppostto the house ot tho Mar quis do Cubit, when 1 saw a man come out ot tho crowd with his hand Inside his coat. He attempted to seize tho bridle of my horse and, w.hllc 1 failed to fol low exactly what happened, he fired two revolver shots In my direction. "At the second shot my horse reared on his hind legs and, backing hastily, upset my assailant. Immediately two of my private policemen Jumped upon the man who yet managed to fire a third shot, wounding a policeman. I then dis mounted and foitnd that my horse was ony slightly hurt. A bullet had grazed htm over tho saddle girth, I remounted and returned to the palace." It la said that tho police found on Allegro a letter addressed to his wife telling her that sho was morally responsi ble for his contemplated act because of not sending what he had sked for. Tho letter ended with the following words: "When your receive this the deed will have been consummated." Allegro, who was questioned by Pre mier Romanones himself, declared that he acted atone. In his pocket was found several newspaper articles concerning Dr. Francisco Ferrer, founder of the Modern school, who was executed In 1P0O. Allegro repeated constantly that he desired revenge for Ferrer. SECOND ATTEMPT DRAMATIC lloinli Thrown at Klnir nnd Quern AVhlle Riding; In Carriage. A dramatic attempt on the life ot King Alfonso was made with a bomb May 31, 1903. as the king and hla bride were returning to the palace In Madrid from the church where tho nuptial ceremony had been celebrated. The missile was concealed In a bouquet of flowera, which was thrown at the carriage of the royal couple. Tho explosion Killed an attend ant and ten spectators and also one ot the horses which waa drawing the royal carriage. The king and queen were un harmed. Tha osaaaaln, an anarchist named Morales, committed suicide sev eral days later, when apprehended. Just a year previously to the day, an anarohlat In Paris threw a bomb at Alfonso and President Loubet as they were leaving the opera. Both escaped Injury. The day beforo this attempt, man threateningly waved a dagger at Alfonso as he rode, through the streets of the French capital. returning from church In Madrid a shot was fired nt one of the carriages In the royal procession. On several ocoaalons bombs have exploded at places where the king was expected nnd had Just passed. PLATFORM PLEDGES OF LITTLE MEANING TO THE DEMOCRATS (Continues from Pago One.) killed several bills to "further regulate" tho stock yards, but It went further and relieved tho stock yards from any obli gation to buy from the Omaha water plant Its supply of water and thus won for tho stock yards a suit now pending In this mattor. At least It was argued by the Water board lobblst. before he lied up with tho stock yards that was whnt the defeat of tho original Omaha water district bill would do. It was passed by an agreement between the hoard with an amendment to elimi nate tho yardR from tho Jurisdiction of the Water board. Itnll Coiniiilimton Probe. Another pledge In the democratic plat form read as follows: Wo favor zealous guardianship of the right of tho state to regulate common carriers with relation to Intra-stato com merce." The house looked after this promise by appointing nn investigating committee to Investigate the Htate nallway commis sion. That commlttco has not reported and probably never will. .SHORT n ALLOT OKTS BOOST .Senator Honirlniiil Stnrln Sontot hlti InComiiilttcc nt Whole. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April ll.-(Spcclal.)-The short ballot and nil stato officers to bo appointed by tho governor, was the hone of contention In the seuato this morning, and occupied the stngo until the commit tee of the whole adpourncd for lunch without action. Tho amendment was offered by Iloag land of Lincoln and was pinned on to house roll No. 210 covering a constitu tional amendment raising tho salaries of state officials. Tho house bill rovlded tbat the govfernor should receive a salary of $5,000 a year nnd that his term should bo for four years. It was also provided that he should bo inecllzlblo for re-election, The nttorncy general's salary was also rulscd to J3.B00 and all other state officers to remain as they nro at present. Tho first ainondment offered by Houg land provided that tho governor's sal ary should be $5,000; tho attorney gen eral's, $4,000; tho other stato officers', $3,000. This amendment carried. Hoag land then offered another amendment that the governor should appoint all stato officers excepting llcutonant governor, and arranging for a cabinet similar to that of the president of the United States. The question went over until after lunch In order to glvo several senators who were out on committees a chance to have some voice In the matter. Tho lieutenant governor served notice on all committees who had senate files still In their possession which wero not on the general file to turn them In. Wednesday, April 16, was agreed upon as tho time when the legislature should adjourn and finish up business. The proposition as set out by the adjourn ment committee Met 6 o'clock p. m. as tho time for closing up business, but sev eral scnutors objected to 6 o'clock or any other stato hour. Dodge said that the senate did not Know what It could do. "Wo all know conditions- over In the house." said he, "and that they j have not been working," and ho thought It would bo unwise to set any specific hour for adjournment. The 6 o'clock proposition was, therefore, cut out .of the motion. Cox of York sent up the following reso lution, with the request that It go over one day under tho rules: Whereas. It Ib h fundamental principle that tho people should share equally the burdens and benefits of the administra tion o f tho government and laws, and. Whereas, Special favors or discrimina tion oa between persons, localities, towns or cities. Is repugnant to Justice and subversive or tno common ngnis, aim. Whereas, the Trallroads of this stato have established and aro no wmamtuln Inir whnt nro known as preferential or jobbing rates In favor of certain cttlos ana towns 10 me oeiriuinei ui uiucr localltles, therefore, bo It Resolved, That it m mo sense oi mis Kpmitr that sucn a sysiem lennn io re nr.! Hin nrosnerltv nnd . development of ii, atiitn. Hint it In uniust. discriminatory " . j "!; i .!. --I ,.t n,. HUM Ill UV1MHVII . ' ... people, ahat it operates io duiio up one section of our stato nt tho expense of nnnthrr. hence contrary to public policy and should bo abolished; and we rocom- mend that the Board of Railway Com- nilsstoncrs proceed to make a flat rata throughout tho stato based on distance und Justice alone, Billa ordered to third reading were: A- B-A- Cheques The simplest, kind of "Travel Money" Money matters In traveling would be simple If you could use American money throughout the world they would be safe If you coul(I use your check book, everywhere. "A.B.A." Cheques practically enablo you to do both. They are the equivalent or $10, $20, $50 and $100 bank notes and require your signature to make tham good. Each chequo is engraved with its exact foreign money values. H. It. 3rtC, by Anderson -Approp-iatmg $100,000 for the School for tho Deal at Omaha. H. It 66J Appropriating tm to kheiiff Hyeys of Lam-aster county In connec tion, with his defense on the Blunt atfulr. II. II. 8 The Judicial apportionment bill. Thin bill takes Brown county fiotn the Fifteenth district and puts It In the Sixteenth district. The Fifteenth is Judge Wesover's district, while the Sixteenth is presided ovor by Judgo Dickson. II. It. filB $1,600 for the relief of Mrs. Annie Nlckols. H. R. 235 Substitutes comparative neg ligence for contributory negllgenee In damage suits. II. B. ISO Provides for the election of police judgo In 1914 Instead of In 1913. II. It. 11 Changes the minimum lime when commissioner districts may be ultered from four to three years. The discussion of the afternoon In the senate wns over tho report of the -in-mlttce allowing attorney fees and ox pensea In tho Grossman-Pancoast con test case from Douglas county. Ths re port recommended the payment of $2o0 to tho attorneys of Grossman and the Bamo amount to the attornoy for Pan coast, who contested the scat of rtluss man. Smith of Seward objected to the payment and read from tho statutes, which showed that tho attorney for n cotncfltco could receive but $100 and the attorney for the contestant. If he was unsuccessful, should receive nothing. Tho Smith objection carried and ihc statutes vtll bo lived up to. Tho attorney for Bcantor Wolz, whose seat wasalso cotnested, was allowed $100. FIX ADJOURNMENT AVEDNESDAY Probability Flnlah AVI1I Not Come Until Several Day After. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April 14.-(Speclal Tele gram.) The legislature will adjourn Wednesday, April l5, nt un hour yet to bo set. Tho house nnd senate adopted tho conference commlttco report this nftcrnoon. It Is probable, however, that following custom, tho present bunch of legislators will stop tho clock nnd keep tho fun going another three or four days. Fuller of Seward, who has drawn $600 for his' work this winter, struck nn eco nomical gait this afternoon and tried to get tho house to reconsider its action In voting Chief Clerk Henry C. Richmond $1,500 for getting out the Journal. Mr. Fuller Insisted that $1,200 was enough. The house, however, stood by Judge Palmer, who mado the $1,600 motion last Saturday, and on motion of Foster, laid Mr. Fuller's proposition on tho table. Mallery, another $l0-a-day man, moved then to havo the committee Investigate and sco If the Job was worth $1,500. Like tho gentleman from Seward, he was promptly squelched. At the suggestion of Pearson, Richmond told tho houBe Just how tho Journal was mado, and informed thoso who opposed the Increased appro priation that he loved every one of them and had no 111 feeling against any of them. Among the bills passed by tho house this afternoon was one by McAllister to havo a commission appointed by tho gov ernor to Investlagte tho water powers of tho stato and report In a couplo of years. Tho commissioners are to servo without pay, but $10,000 was appropriated for expenses. Tho bill to limit female labor to nine hours a day and fifty-four hous a week was also passed. HALF MILLION IN HALF A DAY Senate Seta Aside n Lot of Stntc Money, (From ft Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April 14.-(Speclal Telognim.) Tho senate this afternoon passed a bunch ot appropriation bills, Including $100,000 for tho School for "the Deaf at Omahu, $108,000 for tho state fair, $62 000 for Norfolk asylum, $35,000 for binding twlno plant, $40,000. to buy land at iho Kearney Industrial school, $15,000 lor orthopedic hospital at' Lincoln, $20,') foi Mllford Soldiers' home, $40,000 for no tubercular hospital at Kearney, $73,000 for tho Lincoln lnaane asylum, $3,000 fgr the state laboratory. FLOAVERS SENT TA MACFARLAND Senators Remember Their Absent Mpmbcra by IliiRe lloauet. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN. April 14.-(Speclal.) When tho senate was called to order this morn ing Senator Macfarland wns absent. Ho Is confined to his homo In" Omn.Ti. no Senator Saunders reported, by sickn'-M and of such a nature that ho will not bo present again this session, in all prob ability. A largo and beautiful bouquet of flowera was sent him with the re grets of tho members on his Inability io finish tho session and hopes for his speedy recovery. SACKETT LAAA' MADE STRONGER i .. m ' lionur i-nnrri uuimi- . for Snn- nenalnn of Officials. (From a Staff Corrwpondcnt.) LINCOLN. April 14. (Speclal.)-The I houso has passed the Dodge bill, that I puts teeth In tho Sackett law. The bill I T,rvl,iM thnt -when charges are filed I ... ,, . ,,i,n ,h eov- - ' safest You can use "A.B. A" Cheques like currency! either abroad or in the United States, without converting thtm into cash. Hotels e Very whero welcome them in payment of bills. The best shops accept them. Railways and steamship lines know they are as good as moaay. Signing one of your "A.B.A." Cheques identifies you. 50,000 banks throughout the world have agreed to cash them without further Introduction. Get a booklet, with full Information regarding them, at your own bank. Next xvteh tie shall publish in this pater a list of the institutions in this district which are pre' pared to supply you with "A.B.A," Cheques, ernor shall suspend the official pending the final decision In the supreme court The mouse voted unanimously for the bill, liven Douglas county lining up solidly, notwithstanding this delegation fathered a measure to repeal the Snckett law. THESE EXPERTS TALLY CLOSELY fceeond Report nn Telephone Prop erty nt Lincoln. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April 14-(8pcclal.) A couplo ot months ago, when tho hearing was on before the state railway com mission on the complaint of the patrons of the Lincoln Telephone company In this city. University Place, College View and other points against tho ralso In rates to bo put Into effect after tho consolidation of tho Bell with the Independent lines, the complalnnnts set out that the reports, mado by the physical valuation experts In tho employ of tho railway commis sion did not show the true conditions, and some of tho complainants were not back ward In making statements that they thought that possibly the cxperas had been Influenced by the company, nnd asked that the hearing bo held back until they could employ an expert themselves to go over the books nnd plant ot the company and report to the commission. The request was granted and for tho past month or so tho expert has been hard at work In nn effort to discover tho true condition of things with the tele phone company. He has completed his Investigation, and has filed his repodt with tho commission. Tha report shows almost identically tho samo as did tho re port of the railway commission's experts and completely exonerates tho commis sion experts nnd tho telephone company of any attempt to make false reports or In making any misrepresentations In tho hearing before the commission. - SENATE OA'ERRIDES ONE VETO Rcfascn to guatnnlii Governor In the Nepotism Monanre. (From a Staff Correspondent) LINCOLN, April 14. (Special Tele gram.) Governor Morehead today signed house roll No. 452, consolidating the pure food and Btate oil departments. House rool No. 162, vetoed by tho gov ernor and sent to tho senate was passed of the executive's veto this afternoon, by a vote og 24 to 7, Hurtling, Cox, Grace, Grossman, Klechel, Robertson and Smith voting to sustain tho governor. Tho bill Is to nopatlsm unlawful. SENATE PASSES WATER RILL Accept IIotiRf Antrntlmentn by nn Uiinnlmona Vote. (From a Staff Correspondent.) LINCOLN, April 14. (Special.) By a unanimous vote of nil senators present the house amendments to S. F. 17, tho Omaha water bill, were adopted this aft ernoon. Thoso absent were Grace, Hale, Heasty, Iloagland of Lincoln and Mac farland. TWO NEBRASKA MEN WILL OPERATE SKUNK FARM UTICA, Neb., April 14.-(Speclal.)-Two Utlca citizens, J. C. Goodbrod and Ilarve Woodworth, will soon have the distinc tion of being tho owners of the only skunk farm In tho stato of Nebraska, and ono of tho very fow In the world. The skunks will bo rained for their Bklns, which are quite valuable. They are said to tako readily to domestication and are very prolific. By a simple surgial operation tho scent bog can bo removed from .them, leaving1 them as odorless as other domestic ani mals. They aro easy to care for and will bo confined with a woven wlro fence, the bottom of which, however, must bo buried several feet under ground. Tho skunk farms already In operation In this country arc said to be very profit able. KEOKUK WHITE SLAVER IS GIVEN FIVE YEARS KKOKUK, la.. April 14. Charles V. Johnson of Burlington, who was found guilty In the federal court of violating the Mann white slavo act In Inducing his wife to lead an Immoral life, was sen tenced today by Judge McPherson to five years In the prlBon nt Stillwater, Minn. This Is the maximum penalty. Elovntnr Ilnrncil nt A'nnktnn. BEATRICE. Neb., April 14.-(Speclal Telegram.) James MciKcrnon, ,17years old, was burned In a cave north of town, with his team today whllo working in a wind pit and was probably fatally Injured. His collar bono and Jaw were broken nnd his right shoulder dislocated. TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY Tako LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine Tab lets. Druggists refund money If it falls to cure. E. W, GROVE'S signature Is on each box. 23c Advertisements NERVE AILMENTS A GRAVE MENAGE Every Day This Disease Is Con tinuing to Gain in Omaha. ELECTRO OXYGEN VALUABLE Trouble Is Giving Eiae to Manv Luiierent Ainds ot Complica tions Which Are Causing People to Think They Are Incurable. "I have noticed n Vrv Airfr.rr.nt l. tion between nervousnexH nnd tvenkna in the consistency of tho blood," says the ceieDraiea nerve specialist who has charge of the Eleelrn "rfo' otficcs in tho National Fidelity Bldg., -ur' "tn anu Karnam Sts. W hen tho nerves irpf nn nt neither tho red or the white corpuseles iireiorm with necessary activity. Sufficient OXVKen t.q nnl nnrrl 4 every portion of the body for a conserva- uun oi natures energy. Til 13 IS thC reaSnn wltV ImrVnim r.AAnT. feel weak, run down and look so palo ami aiso why tuberculosis and other hor rible diseases tako hold of tho consti tution." Electro Oxygen not onlv nv. cause, but it also helns tn term v,. which carries health and vigor to every urea anu diseased organ In the body. It has been nartlmilnrio ns..f,.i i all cases arising from Impoverished blood u weuKcnca nerves, which generally show their origin In the following symp toms, restless sleep, seneo of fullness after eating, drowslnes, heavy feeling In the bowels, loss ot appetite and a gen eral rundown feeling. If you have any of these symptoms it Is nlnetynlne chances out of one hundred that your nouuie originated In the blood or nerves. Tho Electro Oxygon Co. will dlnonn.o your case free of charge and If you are fortunate enough to be one of the first Ono Hundred callers ylu will be given a free treatment. Hours 0 to 12, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Sunday. 11 to 13 only. PIEKTY HOW The Bee's Tornado ' Photo Portfolio At our office 10 oenta; by mail to any address 13 cents. John Says: "I never ran for of ft flee; never wrote a I book or never had a X atreet named after me, 1 j but soma day they are going to spell my name in electrlo light became X introduced TRUST BUSTER 00 CXOARS." John's Cigar Store 16th & Harney Sts. AMUSEMENTS. "OMAHA'S rUW CENTER. Sally Mat., 16-35-500 Evga., 15-35-50-750 rOK BUT ONE SHORT WEEK The Great Behman Show EXTRAVAGANZA AND VAUSEVZCXiE The C'lrcult'H Cap Hhcaf, Low Kelly (Prof. Dope), The Watson Sisters. FTed Wycoff & n Jack Singer Beauty Chorus. Ladies' Dime Matinee Today, 'Worth Climbing the Hill." MUt, loo 10-300 Tabloid Musical Comedy MERRY MART With HARRY SHANNON and Taxlcab Chorus DAILY AT 3:30; 7:30 AND 0 P. M. Seats reserved at both performances every evening. Doug. 404 MARTIN BECK O ITERS Madame Sarah Bernhardt An4 hr company of tenty.fle pUytn including Mont. I .on Telltsen (or five iltys this .week TODAY ATTERNOON AND EVENING One Christmas Night Wednesday Camilla. Thursday Theodora. Friday Fnedre. Vaudeville Acta "And Tbey Lived Happy Ever After." Joile neither. Brenner end Ridelltr, Ignatlui Cardoth. McUahon, Diamond t Clem. enc. Edison's Talking Motion Picture!. Triers, Mat., :5c. 50c, lie, II, Box 8eata. 110. Night. -Jc, 50c, He, il.00, Jl.M. Box Seatt, 11.00. BOYD THEATER TONIOHT. AXilf WEEK. Matinee Wadneaday, Saturday LAST TWO WEEKS OF THE SEASON EVA LANG in EAST LYNNE NEXT WEEK LAST WEEK NOBODY'S WIDOW. Seats are now on sale for both week. BRANDEIS THEATER TONIGHT ALL WEEK Matinees Wadneaday and Saturday Bunty Pulls the Strings Nlirhta. 250, 5X00. Mat. Wad., Beat, g816o. Sat. Mat.. Beat, gl-60. April 30, 31 MODERN EVE. Krug Theater Mat. Today, 3:30 Nltrht, 8:30 WATSON'S BEEF TRUST Ouisa Tha Combined Weight Of tha Chorus Ladle a' Dally Dime Matlnaa fFHPRFSS AMTIHUQUt Cta. I rtaroHUANOs 10 a ana iiiw,-0v,-,0iT.i 1 r I 111 I v TUfflTtr iunTBVLlv VasetMlll aierte Irn-ii- iiiwiii.1. " , - Crowe Tfcef e cat a In 1903 aa Alfonso md hla mother war